Bengals WR A.J. Green vs. Ravens CB Cary Williams

Green is fast becoming known for his acrobatic catches. He leads all rookies in catches (41), receiving yards (635) and touchdown receptions (six). But he suffered a hyperextended right knee against the <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="ORSPT000055" title="Pittsburgh Steelers" href="/topic/sports/football/pittsburgh-steelers-ORSPT000055.topic">Pittsburgh Steelers</a> last Sunday and will be a game-time decision. The passing game would likely suffer without him. Because of Green's size (6 feet 4, 207 pounds), he would probably draw Williams, who has been a pleasant surprise for the Ravens this season. But if the Ravens want to contain Green, they'll have to give Williams help, which means safety <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PESPT008421" title="Ed Reed" href="/topic/sports/football/ed-reed-PESPT008421.topic">Ed Reed</a> won't be far away. 
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<b>Edge: Bengals</b>
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( Green photo by Reuters; Williams photo by The Baltimore Sun's Gene Sweeney Jr. )

Green is fast becoming known for his acrobatic catches. He leads all rookies in catches (41), receiving yards (635) and touchdown receptions (six). But he suffered a hyperextended right knee against the Pittsburgh Steelers last Sunday and will be a game-time decision. The passing game would likely suffer without him. Because of Green's size (6 feet 4, 207 pounds), he would probably draw Williams, who has been a pleasant surprise for the Ravens this season. But if the Ravens want to contain Green, they'll have to give Williams help, which means safety Ed Reed won't be far away.
Edge: Bengals

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